LGBT Resource Center
USC Student Affairs

uRap: Coming Out Stories

10/7/2013, 7:30 - 9:00 PM URC 103

National Coming Out Day is October 11, and uRap commemorates this day with an intimate discussion on our own coming out stories.  Coming out is a unique experience; no story is alike.  If you’d like to share your coming out story in a confidential and intimate setting, then uRap is the place.  Stop by and share your story or submit an anonymous letter to urap@usc.edu and it will be read to the group.

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uRap is a weekly confidential discussion group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and supportive ally students.  It is a great place to meet some new people, chat and learn about current topics affecting the LGBT and Ally Community.  Facilitated by students, uRap is an ideal group to connect with peers and meet new people from within the LGBT and Ally Community.  It is an open forum to share opinions and discuss different 'hot topics' every week and it serves as a safe place to discuss recent stresses or concerns from one's own life. Sponsored by LGBT Resource Center.

What you will learn:

-Participants will appraise the comfort level to share opinions and speak openly about personal experiences.
-Participants will recall a pertinent LGBT issue (national, local or campus) expressed by peers through dialogue. 
-Participants will relate discussion topics to current national LGBT advocacy efforts.

For further questions about uRap, please email the uRap Coordinator at urap@usc.edu.